Transcription

Revised February 25, 2022U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)Veteran Monthly Assistance Allowance for Disabled Veterans Training in Paralympic andOlympic Sports Program (VA Monthly Training Allowance)The VA Monthly Training Allowance. VA supports eligible military Veterans with service and nonservice-connected disabilities training and competing in Paralympic and Olympic sports. To do this, theVA Office of National Veterans Sports Programs & Special Events provides a monthly assistanceallowance as authorized by 38 U.S.C. 322(d). For Paralympic sports, VA will pay the monthly allowanceto a Veteran who meets the minimum performance standards or higher and classification standards in asport. For Olympic sports, VA will pay a monthly allowance to a Veteran with a service-connecteddisability rated 30% or greater by VA who is selected for a national Olympic Team. For these sports, thenational sport organizations include those of the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee and equivalentorganizations in US Commonwealths and Territories. If a sport is not recognized as an Olympic orParalympic sport or does not have an active US national program, by law it is not authorized for the VAMonthly Training Allowance program. The allowance rate is the same as the 38 U.S.C. Chapter 31 VR&Erates. Evaluative criteria differ from sport to sport; see the details for each Paralympic sport in pages 333. For more on classification visit International Paralympic Committee - IPC:https://www.paralympic.org/classification; and National - U.S. /Sports/Classification.aspx.How to Enroll. Veterans must meet both the performance and classification standards for theirrespective sport. Athletes submit applications through the respective Paralympic or Olympicorganization for their sport. Points of contact for Paralympic sports are provide in pages 3-33. Athletesmust meet training and competition standards and turn in monthly and quarterly reports to continuereceiving the allowance. The sport entity must certify the Veteran meets standards and report theircertification to VA.How to Stay Enrolled/Recertify. Unless waivered, athletes must meet the performance standardsevery 12 months to remain certified under the VA Monthly Training Allowance Program. The Veteranmust provide proof of performance of achieving the VA Monthly Training Allowance standard or higherfor his/her respective sport and sport class to the applicable Paralympic or Olympic Sport ProgramManager. Achievement of a certified performance renews the 12-month period.Re-Classified Veteran Athletes: If a Veteran athlete is reclassified within their current Paralympic sportduring the competition season, the athlete will have six months to achieve the VA Monthly TrainingAllowance standard or higher in the athlete’s new sport class. The athlete will remain on the VA monthlyassistance allowance if all other standards continue to be met.Veteran Athletes Changing Sports: Veteran athletes who choose to switch sports will be treated as“new athletes” and must achieve the VA Monthly Training Allowance standard or higher for his/her newrespective sport and sport class. Once transitioned the Veteran must continue to meet the criteria forongoing certification in the new respective sport.For more information, please visit our website at s/or contact the Office of National Veterans Sports Programs and Special Events at [email protected]

Revised February 24, 2022Table of ContentsParalympic Sports tting VolleyballSoccer (Blind)Soccer (7-a-side)SurfingSwimmingTable TennisTaekwondoTrack and Field (Athletics)TriathlonWheelchair BasketballWheelchair FencingWheelchair RugbyWheelchair TennisWinter Paralympic SportsAlpine SkiingBobsled & SkeletonNordic SkiingSled HockeySnowboardWheelchair 28293030313132322

Revised February 24, 2022Sport SpecificVA Monthly TrainingAllowancePerformanceStandardsSummer ParalympicSports3

Revised February 24, 2022Contact: Samantha Bauer: [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardEmerging Athlete Requirements: All athletes must be a current member of USA Archery, andEmerging athletes must achieve the minimum qualifying score (MQS) at a USA Archeryand/or World Archery event sanctioned event within the last 12 months.Emerging Athlete – Event StandardsDivisionDistanceW1 MenW1 WomenCompound Open MenCompound Open WomenRecurve Open MenRecurve Open WomenVisually Impaired (VI)-1Visually Impaired (VI)-2/350M50M50M50M70M70M30M30MNumberof Arrows7272727272727272Target Face Size80CM-10 Ring80CM-10Ring80CM – 6 Ring80CM – 6 Ring122CM-10 Ring122CM-10 Ring80CM-10 Ring80CM-10 RingMQS570500630600550510340500National Team Athlete Requirements: Athlete must be a current member of the USA Archery Para USAT or USAT TeamAthlete must be a current member of USA ArcheryAthlete must have a current U.S. Center for SafeSport TrainingAthlete must have a current USA Archery Background ScreenNOTE: To learn how to make the USA Archery USAT or Para USAT team or to learn more about USAArchery’s adaptive programs please visit www.usarchery.org.Contact: Steve [email protected] / 719-360-3848.VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must comply with the following four (4) standards:4

Revised February 24, 2022 Be a USA Badminton member in good standing, taking all the SafeSport required coursesand have a background check plus being classified by Para National/Internationalclassifier Train a minimum of four days per week with a coach or training group in their local areaor in club;3. Athletes must be selected USA Badminton High Development Group to a developmentteam or higher by USA Badminton to be considered for the allowance; and,4. Participate in camps, clinics and competitions appropriate to the applicabledevelopment team or higher, as determined by USA Badminton.NOTE: To register for the Para event in one of the USAB tournaments, new Para athletes mustbe a USA Badminton member and classified by Para National/International Classifier.NOTE: Athletes must learn all the rules and standards. Educational material is available on USABadminton ES/OVERVIEW) andBadminton World Federation (BWF) website ). Standards include minimum requirements of tournament participation, BWFtournament points, and BWF rating and results. Coaches and locations are listed on the USABadminton website.NOTE: USA Badminton will distribute a basic warmup, simple routines and development, andadvanced work for each of the six (6) classifications.Contact: [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardTo be eligible for the training allowance, all athletes must be in compliance with all of thefollowing criteria: Athlete must be classified within an eligible classification within the sport.Athlete must be training within the sport of boccia.Be in good standing with the governing body.In addition to the above criteria, athletes must achieve at least one (1) of the following criteriato be eligible for the Veteran’s training allowance: Compete at the 2022 National Boccia Championships in an individual (singles) divisionand place in the top seven (7) in your classification or compete in the Pairs division andplace in the top five (5) in your classification at the competition.5

Revised February 24, 2022Eligible classifications and play type: Individual/Singles:o BC1o BC2o BC3o BC4Pairso BC3o BC4NOTE: BC5 and Open divisions have not been authorized at the international level andtherefore do not meet requirements for the allowance.For more information contact:Deborah Page at [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must comply with the following two (2) standards: Athletes must be a member of the American Canoe Association (ACA), and Achieve the following standard during ACA selection trials and National Championships (forable bodied and/or Paracanoe); regattas on the International Canoe Federation (ICF) canoesprint calendar; or at other regattas designated by ACA.MenWomenVMAA StandardVMAA Standard200m200m(min:sec)(min:sec)KL3 MKL2MKL1MVL3 MVL2 MVL10:540:561:191:091:191:28KL3 WKL2WKL1WVL3 WVL2 WVL1W1:101:141:221:261:271:346

Revised February 24, 2022Contact: [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must meet both of the following criteria: Be licensed by USA Cycling, and Achieve the qualifying standard through one of the two types of qualifying events: Road standard can be achieved during a USA Cycling or Union Cycliste Internationale(UCI) sanctioned time trial competition that is at least 15km long, on an out/backcourse or a looped road course (no closed-circuit track courses); or Track standard can be achieved during a sanctioned USA Cycling or UCI event trackcompetition.Special Criteria for Tandem Pilot: You must meet the above two criteria, Meet the general Veteran eligibility criteria for this allowance, and 30% service-connected disability ratingRoad Cycling Standards: Time per Kilometer (Individual Time s 5T1T2BWomen’s 02:17.0901:37.867

Revised February 24, 2022Track Cycling Standards: Time Per EventMen’s ClassificationC1 1-Kilometer TTC2 1-Kilometer TTC3 1-Kilometer TTC4 1-Kilometer TTC5 1-Kilometer TTB 1-Kilometer TTC1 3-Kilometer PursuitC2 3-Kilometer PursuitC3 3-Kilometer PursuitC4 4-Kilometer PursuitC5 4-Kilometer PursuitB 4-Kilometer PursuitMen’s 7.1404:55.20Women’s ClassificationC1 500-Meter TTC2 500-Meter TTC3 500-Meter TTC4 500-Meter TTC5 500-Meter TTB 1-Kilometer TTC1 3-Kilometer PursuitC2 3-Kilometer PursuitC3 3-Kilometer PursuitC4 3-Kilometer PursuitC5 3-Kilometer PursuitB 3-Kilometer PursuitWomen’s 6.0104:03.57Contact: Laureen [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardPara-equestrian Dressage Eligibility RequirementsIn addition to meeting the required scores, athletes must: Be 17 years or older; Be a U.S. citizen/Veteran; Must be a current member in good standing of United States Equestrian Federation(USEF) at the time that the required scores are achieved;4. Be medically eligible in accordance with the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI)Classification Manual for Para-equestrian files/FEI%20Manual%20for%20Classifiers%202020 update11.02.2021 0.pdf; and Ride independently (without side aides).Required Scores:o A total of one score for each must be submitted as follows for the current competitionyear: One “championship team” test score; One “individual” test score;o The minimum score of any individual or championship test submitted must be 62percent or higher;8

Revised February 24, 2022o Scores may be submitted from any horse/rider combination;o Submit one score of 62 percent or better from the current competition year;o Scores shall be achieved at the championship test of the rider’s grade level or at any testwhich is above the rider’s grade level. FEI Para Dressage tests may be found /p-e-dressage/testso All test scores (both rider and/or horse) must be achieved at USEF or FEI Paraequestrian licensed competitions. FEI PE tests must be scored by a USEF “R” rated judgeor above, or a FEI PE recognized judge.Reporting RequirementsAthletes are required to submit legible copies of all qualifying tests, clearly indicating the nameof the judge and competition at which the scores were achieved to Laureen Johnson, USEF HighPerformance Director of Para-equestrian Programs.NOTE: Please see the Article 8422 in the Rules of FEI Para-equestrian Dressage Events 3rdEdition, of 1 January 2011 Updates effective 1 January 2022 to compete in Para-equestriandressage competitions. To do so, riders shall have either a national or international Paraequestrian (PE) classification and be assigned a Grade. For more information regardingclassification, visit the FEI website athttps://inside.fei.org/sites/default/files/FEI PE Classification Rules 2020 markup.pdf. To schedule anational or international classification, contact Laureen Johnson at the USEF at 859-225-7693.Para-equestrian Driving Eligibility RequirementsIn addition to meeting the required scores, athletes must: Be 17 years or older as of December 1 of the current competition year; Be a U.S. citizen; Must be a U.S. Veteran with a permanent, physical disability; Must be a current member in good standing of USEF at the time that the requiredscores are achieved;5. Be medically eligible in accordance with the FEI Classification Manual for ParaEquestrian Competitions, 4th Edition, 2015 Rules for FEI Para-Equestrian Driving Eventsto compete in Para-equestrian Driving competitions. To do so, drivers shall have either anational or international Para-equestrian classification and be assigned a grade. Formore information regarding Classification, visit the FEI website athttp://www.fei.org/fei/regulations/driving ;6. Drive independently (without second reins); and7. Must comply with all USEF and ADS (American Driving Society) requirements.Required Scoreso A total of two scores for each must be submitted as follows for the current competitionyear:o Scores from two driven FEI or ADS dressage tests at or above the ADS preliminary levelat two USEF or ADS sanctioned combined driving event must be below 65 penalty points9

Revised February 24, 2022and the entire event must have been completed successfully without elimination,retirement nor disqualification.o Scores for the entire event may be submitted from any horse/driver combination;o All test scores (both driver and/or horse) must be achieved at ADS, USEF or FEI Paraequestrian licensed competitions. FEI PE tests must be scored by a USEF “R” rated judgeor above, or a FEI PE recognized judge. ADS tests must be scored by ADS “R” rated judgesor above.Reporting RequirementsAthletes are required to submit legible copies of all qualifying tests, clearly indicating the nameof the judge and competition at which the scores were achieved.NOTE: To schedule a national or international classification, contact Laureen Johnson at theUSEF at 859-225-7693.Contact: Kevin [email protected] or 719-866-3224.VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must meet the following five (5) criteria: Receive a national or international classification assessment as a B1, B2, or B3 athlete; Be active on a United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA)-recognized clubteam’s roster; Meet USABA training requirements with that team on a regular basis; Establish a training and competition plan and submit monthly and quarterly progressreports to the USABA goalball high performance manager; and Compete with that team or as a pool player in at least two USABA regional events ANDthe USABA national championship tournament.NOTE: A club team is an organized team of goalball players who participate at least at one USABAsanctioned regional tournament during the goalball season.NOTE: Regular training is defined as 4 days a week of goalball practice and/or strength and conditioningsessions during the goalball season timeframe of January to August. Off-season training must include 3days a week of strength and conditioning sessions. Workout schedule must be provided and approvedby the high performance manager.NOTE: Unlike most other Paralympic team sports, USABA develops a pool of national goalball athletesand selects athletes for competitions from its national player pool on a more fluid basis than othersports that tend to have fixed National Team memberships.10

Revised February 24, 2022Contact: Eddie [email protected] or 719-866-4730.VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must be currently ranked fifth or higher in their weight class on the U.S. Para judonational ranking list.Contact: Butch [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must achieve a qualifying score at a sanctioned regional event; qualifying events canbe found at the following site: www.disabledpowerlifting.com .Powerlifting qualifying scores follow:Weight Class (kg)MEN4954596572808897107107 VMAA Standard (kg)137145162169160187188194203201Weight Class (kg)WOMEN41455055616773798686 VMAA Standard(Kg)85899410911410511611611512311

Revised February 24, 2022Contact: Ellen Minzner, USRowing Para High Performance [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes with a permanent physical or visual impairment, sufficient for eligibility in one of thethree Paralympic rowing disciplines, PR1, PR2, or PR3 VI (visual impairment) PR3 PD (physicaldisability) or PR3 PD AK (physical disability, above the knee amputee) are potential candidatesfor the VA Monthly Training Allowance.Athletes must compete in one competition or regatta during the program year (competitionsmay be on-water or indoor, virtual or in person) and submit a verified 2000-meter ergometerscore at or faster than the time posted for the athlete’s classification:CLASSIFICATIONTIME STANDARDCLASSIFICATIONVMAA PR3PR3 AKPR2PR17:35.49:28.78:39.78:56.9PR3PR3 AKPR2PR1For questions about classification, technical assistance, or coaching support, please contact DebArenberg, USRowing Adaptive Programs Associate and Freedom Rows Coordinator [email protected]

Revised February 24, 2022Contact: Kate [email protected] or 401-342-7935VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must achieve the following three (3) criteria: Be a member of US Sailing in good standing; Compete internationally in one of the Para Sailing categories as follows: 2.4mR (1-Person Keelboat), Hansa303 (1-Person Keelboat), RS Venture Connect (2-Person Keelboat), or Either of the Blind Sailing disciplines (Match or Fleet racing; and Participate in one or more Grade 1 or 2 international competition events (i.e., WorldCup, EUROSAF, Continental, or Para Sailing World Championship) annually.NOTE: Para Sailing qualifying events include both Olympic and Paralympic Sailing competitions.Contact: Don [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes must meet the following six (6) criteria:1. Be a member of USA Shooting;2. Be International Paralympic Committee (IPC)/World Shooting Para Sport (WSPS)classified;3. Achieve the standard score on an electronic target at one of the following USA Shootingapproved competitions:a. USA Shooting National Championshipsb. USA Shooting Selection Matchesc. Winter Aird. Robert Mitchell Riflee. Pistol Spring Selectionf. Olympic Training Center Preliminary Tryouts (PTOs)g. Shooting competition monitored by Paralympic Head Coach or designated USAShooting Assistance Coach, and an IPC WSPS Classifierh. Trap National Championshipsi. Trap Selection Matches13

Revised February 24, 2022j. Trap PTOs held at the Olympic Training Centerk. Trap competitions as approved by USA Shooting certifying official;4. Compete at a minimum of 2 approved competitions (listed above) per year;5. Continue to train each month as approved by certifying official; and6. Sign and adhere to USA Shooting’s Code of ConductMENR1R7P110m Air Rifle50m Free Rifle 3x4010m Air PistolWomenR210m Air Rifle (NOW 60 SHOTS)R850m Free Rifle (NOW 3x40)P210m Air Pistol (NOW 60 SHOTS)MixedR3R4R5R6P3P4P5R9VIPVISPT1PT2PT310m Air Prone10m Air Standing10m Air Rifle Prone50m Rifle Prone25m Sport Pistol50m Free Pistol10m Air Pistol Standard50m Free Rifle ProneVisually Impaired 10m Air ProneVisually Impaired 10m Air StandingTrap SeatedTrap Standing(Lower Limb)Trap Standing(Upper Limb)ClassificationQualification 3.3601578.9516484301580.8480384586762Contact: Bill Hamiter or Elliot [email protected] or [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance Standard14

Revised February 24, 2022Athletes must be selected to a development team or higher by USA Volleyball to be consideredfor the allowance.NOTE: Due to the differences between USA Volleyball’s resident and non-resident athleteprograms, the following information provides information on the athletes’ eligibility andactivities under the different USA Volleyball programs. Eligibilityo Athletes may attend clinics/tryouts held by national team staff or request anindividual tryout at the national team training site (Edmond, Oklahoma) to beevaluated for consideration to join either the National Sitting Volleyball Team orthe Sitting National Team Development Program (SNTDP). Once added to theNational Team Training Roster or SNTDP, athletes will be eligible for the allowanceprovided the following conditions are met.o National Team Athletes There are two categories of national team athletes, resident and nonresident. Each category has specific training and reporting requirements.o Resident Athlete To become a resident athlete, an athlete must have shown significantpotential for development and be invited specifically by the respectivenational team head coach to begin training daily at the national teamtraining site. Housing and education assistance may be available forresident athletes.o Non-Resident Athlete A Non-Resident Athlete will be responsible for training in theircommunity. As an athlete progresses through his/her development, there is anexpectation for the athlete to become a resident athlete for at least aone to two-year period to immerse themselves in the training of thegame. History has shown the advancement of an athlete who trains as aresident athlete at the national team training site develops their abilitiesat an exponential rate as compared to that of a non-resident athlete. National Team Athlete Training Requirements The required training and reporting standards are listed below:15

Revised February 24, 2022National Team Resident AthleteOn-court skill training sessions at least five days a week and conducts strength and conditioningsessions three to five times a week (13 hours total minimum)Required to attend all national team training camps and/or competitions, and any SNTDPCamps as determined by the national team head coach and/or the high performance director.USA Volleyball will cover all travel expenses to/from all national team training camps andcompetitions. USA Volleyball will determine if the cost of travel to an SNTDP camp orcompetition will be at the expense of the athlete or the national team.National Team Non-Resident AthleteOn-court skill training sessions at least three days (minimum of six hours total) a week andconducts strength and conditioning sessions at least two times a week (minimum of two hourstotal). Eight hours total of training is the minimum requirement.Required to attend all national team training camps and competitions, and any SNTDP camps asdetermined by the national team head coach and/or the high performance director. USAVolleyball will cover all travel expenses to/from all national team training camps andcompetitions. USA Volleyball will determine if the cost of travel to an SNTDP camp orcompetition will be at the expense of the athlete or the national team.Non-resident athletes will find a training partner or coach to guide and assist in the training thatwill be provided by national team staff. The head coach will confirm the player’s trainingpartner or coach.Non-resident athletes will film a portion of their on-court skill training and strength andconditioning workouts each week. The national team staff will give direction on what should befilmed. Film will be submitted to the appropriate national team staff member to be analyzedand critiqued to provide feedback to the athlete.Non-resident athletes will maintain a log of skill workouts (drills completed, reps/time spent ondrill and total time spent on workout) and strength and conditioning workouts (sets, reps,weight/time and total time spent on workout).Non-resident athletes will use a web-based program (which is provided by the national sittingvolleyball office) to log all activity on a weekly basis. Failure to report is failure to complete.National Team Athlete Training VerificationAll athletes will gain the sitting volleyball high performance director's signature once a monthto verify the completion of the above-mentioned criteria. It is the responsibility of the athleteto submit all necessary forms in a timely manner for review and signature. It is the16

Revised February 24, 2022responsibility of the athlete to submit the approved paperwork to the VA according to theirprocedures and standards. Any falsification of documentation may result in the immediatedismissal of an athlete from the VA Monthly Training Allowance program, and possibly othersanctions, including team dismissal, from USA Volleyball.Sitting National Team Development Program AthleteNew athletes who are identified and recruited to participate in USA Volleyball’s Sitting NationalTeam Development Program (SNTDP) will be eligible for the VA Monthly Training Allowance oncethey have participated in at least three training camps or competitions and maintain theirattendance to have not missed no more than two SNTDP events of the previous five events held,on an on-going/rolling schedule.Athletes will be expected to make their own travel arrangements to all camp or competitionlocations, at their own expense, and USA Volleyball will provide the necessary housing, meals,and local ground transportation to/from the local airports within the program’s guidelines.USA Volleyball recognizes that VA Monthly Training Allowance funds provided may exceed theexpenses of attending all or the necessary minimum to be eligible to receive the VA MonthlyTraining Allowance funds, and strongly encourages athletes to utilize the extra funds tofacilitate skill training in their community with a local volleyball coach and to improve theirstrength and conditioning at a local gym.For questions regarding the VA Monthly Training Allowance standards or to request a tryout,please send an email to [email protected]: Kevin [email protected] or 719-866-3224.VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardThe U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee recently authorized the U.S. Association of BlindAthletes as the initial National Governing Body for Blind Soccer. Contact USABA about thestatus of Blind Soccer opportunities as this Paralympic sport is under review for the allowance.Contact: Stuart [email protected]

Revised February 24, 2022VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthletes selected to at least three camps/events for the national 7-a-side Paralympic soccerteam in a calendar year will be considered for the allowance.Exceptions Effective January 1, 2022: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, athletes selected to thenational team and continue a US Soccer monitored training program will maintain qualificationsuntil the next training camps/national team selection events are conducted or until thisprovision is rescinded.NOTE: Athletes are invited to training camps/national team selection events based on coach’sevaluation.NOTE: Because currently there is not an active national 5-a-side Paralympic soccer team in theUnited States, only athletes competing in 7-a-side Paralympic soccer are eligible for theallowance. A national 5-a-side Paralympic soccer program is in development and athletes in 5a-side Paralympic soccer if the goal of a national team is achieved.Contact: Christiaan [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardAthlete must achieve the following seven (7) criteria: Be a United States citizen; Be classified in an International Surfing Association (ISA) Adaptive Surfing ClassificationDivision; Be a member of USA Surfing and/or one of USA Surfing’s five (5) affiliate organizations(Western Surfing Association, National Scholastic Surfing Association, Hawaiian SurfingAssociation, Eastern Surfing Association, or Texas Gulf Surfing Association); Adhere to the USA Surfing Athlete Code of Conduct; Not be under a disciplinary review by USA Surfing or any of its affiliate organizations; Compete in the minimum number of competitions as required by USA Surfing and/orUSA Surfing’s affiliate organizations to qualify for the organization’s Prime Competition;and, Rank in the Top 5 in USA Surfing or Top 3 in their affiliate organization.NOTE: Athletes are ranked by classification division. Please contact [email protected] with anyquestions related to classification.18

Revised February 24, 2022Contact: [email protected] Monthly Training Allowance StandardMen’s Swimming VA Monthly Training Allowance StandardsEvent Class Standard50 FreeS101:38.0550 FreeS201:17.8350 FreeS300:50.6250 FreeS400:47.3650 FreeS500:40.4350 FreeS600:35.8450 FreeS700:34.1650 FreeS800:31.5750 FreeS900:31.1250 Free S1000:28.5050 Free S1100:31.6450 Free S1200:29.2450 Free S1300:28.91100 Free S103:26.52100 Free S202:49.25100 Free S301:56.22100 Free S401:42.91100 Free S501:30.84100 Free S601:19.45100 Free S701:13.80100 Free S801:09.83100 Free S901:08.03100 Free S1001:01.78100 Free S1101:11.52100 Free S1201:05.29100 Free S1301:03.32Event200 Free200 Free200 Free200 Free200 Free200 F

Athlete must be classified within an eligible classification within the sport. Athlete must be training within the sport of boccia. Be in good standing with the governing body. In addition to the above criteria, athletes must achieve at least one (1) of the following crit